A hydrodynamic threshold between Darcian and non-Darcian flow conditions was found to occur in cubes of Key Largo Limestone from Florida, USA (one cube measuring 0.2 m on each side, the other 0.3 m) at an effective porosity of 33% and a hydraulic conductivity of 10 m/day. Below these values, flow was laminar and could be described as Darcian. Above these values, hydraulic conductivity increased greatly and flow was non-laminar. Reynolds numbers (Re) for these experiments ranged from
DiFrenna, V.J., R.M. Price, M.R. Savabi. 2008. Identification of a hydrodynamic threshold in karst rocks from the Biscayne Aquifer, south Florida, USA. Hydrogeology Journal 16(1): 31-42.